Grand Theft Auto V: Illuminati Symbolism Exposed In 2013′s Hottest Game
September 18, 2013 @ 12:30 pmKit Daniels
Gaming community is exploding with comments about secret society references in video game released yesterday
Grand Theft Auto V, the most anticipated video game of 2013 and the latest entry in the popular “open world” crime series, is filled with obvious references to the Illuminati secret society.
Developed by British video game developer Rockstar North and released for the Playstation 3 and the XBox 360, GTA V allows the player to freely roam the game’s urban and rural settings while committing crimes with near impunity.
Between virtual shootouts and carjackings, however, players may find themselves distracted by the numerous secret society symbols in the game.
The references are so obvious that the Illuminati in GTA V is a trending topic on both YouTube and Twitter.
A video of the “All-Seeing Eye” picture framed on the wall of one of the game’s safe houses:
The previous entry in the series, Grand Theft Auto IV, also had numerous hints to the occult.
Is the symbolism merely meant to be harmless fun which stirs discussion or are they in there for a sinister reason? You decide.
Here’s another video:
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See the video here:
Personally I have a feeling at this point they are trying their hardest to have people see what’s going on. In the game there is blatant symbolism, sacred geometry, luciferian idealism etc. On the flip side if you are paying attention to all the dynamics, the play book of the cabal is being spelled out and shown in a negative light. That isn’t to discount the interwoven negative subtle suggestions, they just go both ways in this game, positive and negative influence where the positive is much more subtle.